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but i think both in a two horse race wall street picks up the bill as obama and romney through hundreds of millions of dollars hoping to buy a friend in the future president. the never ending violence in syria said small challenges for special envoy lakhdar brahimi he's in moscow right now for talks after the holiday truce he proposed collapsed immediately. and plans for a mosque in london see even some muslims in opposition they fear the real goal of the group behind the project is to incite a radical ideas in the community. it
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is a pleasure to have you with us on this monday i'm wrong re sushi i live in moscow and the hurricane sandy is still only just approaching the u.s. it's already wreaking havoc on the presidential race candidates have been forced to flee its path and abandon campaign events in the area but in the meantime though we are continuing our special coverage of the most expensive election in u.s. history as an important i found out on exactly where is it that all the money is truly coming from. as our tees up those u.s. election coverage continues this week we turn our attention to domestic issues concerning voters now u.s. presidents have historically referred to america as an exceptional nation a land of opportunity where one can work hard and over time climb the proverbial economic ladder but one year ago. that myth was boston when occupy wall street
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activists camped out here in zuccotti park igniting the nationwide grassroots movement protesting corporate greed wealth inequality and in a middle class today the fact is the u.s. gap between rich and poor has never been wider and unprecedented amount of americans are sliding down the proverbial ladder while the top one percent earn an average annual income of twenty four million dollars to bet on both horses running in the nation's biggest political race. it's the most expensive political playoff in u.s. history a competition for the country's most powerful position one of the things i suspect governor romney and i probably agree on is let's come back to something the president i agree on no matter who wins the two thousand and twelve election.
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america's ninety nine percent movement will be left with a one percent president regardless of who we vote for wall street wins i mean that's really one of the main messages is that when we're where casting are about we see that we have these corporations giving so much money to candidates and they can't be objective when it comes to the interests of the vast majority. of voters loving industries that ignited america's economic crisis real estate collapse job hemorrhage and foreclosure epidemic. is also on track to break campaign donation records for the two thousand and twelve presidential election each election cycle each four years that cost significantly more they did four years ago so running for president united states is now a half a billion dollar undertaking you need half a billion dollars to credibly run for the president of united states and you're going to raise that from large corporations and wealthy individuals in the case of mitt romney wealth attracts wealth the republican candidate has a reported net worth of two hundred million dollars. according to the center for
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responsive politics the top eight financial contributors to romney's campaign are wall street banks with employees from goldman sachs bank of america and morgan stanley rounding out the top three. this is a by the homeowner changes come to america. in two thousand and eight for aco bamma became the largest beneficiary of wall street backing in u.s. election history. receiving more than forty two million dollars from the finance insurance and real estate sectors it's hard to believe that smart rational guys and big companies with huge research departments and a real his standing in the society are going to give that much money and expect nothing in return so their donation is probably not a charity since becoming president obama's justice department hasn't prosecuted one person in connection to the two thousand and eight financial collapse on the other hand top executives from j.p. morgan chase citi group and general electric were recruited to work in the white
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house while we have cemented into place is a system of legalized bribery public elected officials arnason corporate employees you know the flagrant sort of corruption the ability of this small group of patients class of corporate oligarchy to write the laws write the legislation create a two tiered system this ultimately is going to implode according to a two thousand and twelve harris poll the majority of americans see wall street executives as dishonest and overpaid with an overwhelming amount of citizens in support of tougher regulation. and overhaul the occupy wall street movement began championing last year as millions of americans flooded the streets every day thousands facing brutal arrests. to protest wall street greed economic inequality and corporate influence over us politics down. as election day
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draws near occupy activists say both candidates have pander to their financial donors and successfully ignored the biggest american grassroots movement to be seen in decades we see little difference between the two parties they're both basically imperialist parties and i think that one thing that i can really do is expose how the democratic system as we have it right now is basically a sham the political system is so broken in so many ways that the reason that we continue to come out in the streets and raise you know ring the alarm bells around economic injustice and economic situation in our country is because you know people aren't doing their job millions of americans will soon be heading to the polls lacking support for either major candidate but voting against the one they liked least however with wall street successfully cementing strong ties to both presidential runners some may wonder if the winner of this election has already been declared hurry up or not our team we are. well our coverage
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of the u.s. presidential campaign will continue on air and online exploring certainly some of the most overlooked and outright ignored aspects of the race all the way up to the election will be exploring america's domestic policies and challenges in depth if you can do stay with our teachers the head of the ford. what lies ahead for you will the movement mobilize calls for a new america who stands for the going to nine percent to a selection of close. to twenty ninth on our. a four day cease fire in the bloody syrian standoff officially runs out home monday this while state media points the finger at rebel friendly terrorist groups accusing them of undermining the latest peace effort the truce was proposed by u.n. and arab league envoy to syria locked up or he me he's currently right here in
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moscow for talks. going off is following the first. well the main purpose of this visit is to hunt for some fresh ideas because there's this rational and well you're so right he has been trying to help resolve the crisis in syria for two months now and words really little progress has been made if any at all the so-called cease fire which was reached for the course of the feast of sacrifice holidays ends today and it didn't work since at least three blasts happened in different parts of syria including the largest one in dumb ass goes right on the first day of the cease fire at least five people were killed but the opposition claims it's much more than that to russia brought this issue up at the un security council but it couldn't agree even on a condemning statement meanwhile the rebels keep on pointing the finger at the government saying it broke the cease fire wall damascus still claims that is battling well organized terrorists control from outside the country clearly there's still a long way before he sort of agreement could be reached at the you're united nations
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so this is definitely a good time for some new ideas from mr brahimi he said to me to the russian foreign minister earlier on monday and of course i'll bring you all the details of this meeting as it happens. you're going to this kind of reporting right there another u.n. and arab league envoy to syria has just met with russia's foreign minister we can actually cross live right now to the media address this is the u.n. arab envoy lakhdar brahimi let's listen. if you. lose or. or we. will have more and. this.
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is. the situation is burning. it worse for. the. international community. and well if the. if solution that. but for. the full equality. for. what i believe or the three of us here. or there if i feel inside syria it will be different in the fall. it will do for bring. in for the burden of music. and therefore he said that there were it was because some people didn't know very well that is meant to be proved very very bad of
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us carrying on a status. that is flawed it just has to be that these are the most are the people. that gotten this kind of the us. and good luck is cutthroat if it is very poor people are the fools who do that if you look at all or belive in this so be sure you were . both open to them and being able to do very little if you got. to. bring it into a battle. for you to do it kind of problems would be. to build the new theory. hopeful set up and if you did i included with the ideas about what is needed in syria. in public and use it more for improve the lot of it it
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but for. us. this. well that's why there was the the u.n. and arab envoy to syria luck adopt me there addressing the press certainly right here in central moscow when the russian foreign minister sergei lavrov there as well you can listen to the continuing address in full on our website at www dot com for i mean although we do apologize we're going to have to take a very short break so you were just talking. or susan beignets big bird these are the words of internet legend from the two
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thousand and twelve presidential debates when a candidate says. something dumber are added to so much fun to make silly pictures like these on the internet ho ho hee hee but the problem is that the person who wins the bait is the one who makes the best argument not he who doesn't make a verbal slip ups people react to these debates like schoolgirls picking prom queen or rummy talked about big bird who howard dean screamed yeah gaffes don't matter that much it matters if the idea is the candidates present are effective or not but more importantly it matters if they will actually do them if a future candidate proposed a brilliant economic plan that could save america but instead of saying pennies let the word penis slip our gossip celebrity culture would make him lose the election for sure as a potence army of photoshop or have hundreds of copper fellas is drawn all over the internet by the next day
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thanks for joining us here on our to today our murri sushi turning our attention now to that of london and examine a group there has intensified its bids to build europe's largest mosque on the eastern side of a city that will be right next to the olympic site. it is often described as a separatist sect and two of the seventh of july bombers are believed to have prayed in their places of worship. found out if there is any ground for concern. four times bigger than some paul's cathedral a mega mosque that will fit ten thousand people and it could be coming to london's east end if it gets the go ahead it's built the river in center will be the same size as london's looming but as a power station it would also be the biggest place of worship in the u.k. of any religion but critics have slammed the proposal saying that it would create
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a muslim dancer in the forces capital working to bring the largest mosque the u.k. has ever seen into reality revered architects planning consultants and glitzy p.r. teams all paid for by the organization behind the idea to bleach a match a group that's causing significant concern they teach that if you want a good muslim you must separate all from non muslim it's only to be a huge amount of all that started over there is only to beat him out of all the islamic groups has created ghettos over in toronto you know in canada you go across the philippines and see what they've done the philippines you're right there around the world it's a huge group and wherever they go they create barriers they create hostility they create division they create separatism whether it's on a steaming name the river in centers website claims there's a demand for a new muslim place of worship in culturally diverse east london not that they're
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happy to talk about it it's representatives refused to speak to us when we approach the parasite home to their current mosque this is going to be a center of training in which to reach out to islam oz muslims to harden up and mediƦval law is the islam of ordinary muslims in this country and i mean so many muslims don't want that muslims themselves are opposing this mosque more on the grounds that they don't want to worship their god but on the grounds that women are allowed the local population of muslim population has no. on the site and how the mosque itself is governed by some it's a misguided but widely held fear of the fence which could see the center eventually get off the ground all the local authority would say to us is. planning application as this is currently being it would be inappropriate for this stage in many ways if this went ahead to be like
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a tipping point and. there be no stopping fundamentalist islam if this one goes up we all need to leave the country over the last one out please turn the lights off while the council ponders campaign is here the religions say they hope the decision makers choose carefully just today let's set up shop in the british capital. t. east london. or the let's do it here going into the r.c. world right now we'll start with what is supposed to be what we're calling it a franken storm here as the u.s. is bracing itself for what's predicted to be one of the most fearsome storms the entire country has ever seen hurricane sandy is stalking the eastern seaboard threatening the most populated corridor in the country mass evacuations have been ordered in new jersey thousands of flights grounded by new york authorities have even shut down the subway sunday as i said has been dubbed franken storm after it merged with a winter weather friends as well keeping
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a posted on. at least ten people have become victims of a suicide attack at a catholic church in northern nigeria and the blast also wounded more than one hundred when an explosives packed car rammed the building during sunday mass by the sparks fears of reprisal attacks as the town has witnessed clashes between christians and muslims in the past and no one has claimed responsibility for the bombing though the islamist. was rumored to have had plans to attack. now the vote counting is underway after ukraine's parliamentary election. exit polls so far show the ruling party is in the lead but opposition parties have more votes in total however the current president's fate will ultimately hinge on which alliances are formed in the new parliament. the future of ukraine's parliament still looks pretty much uncertain as it stands the ruling party along with the communists are winning this election with the majority of the votes but
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the exit poll results which came out late on sunday suggested that the opposition parties may be gaining some kind of advantage in the future parliament and in that case things would be looking very grim for the ruling party and for the current president victory on a cause which because the opposition has been saying all along that it would impeach the president should it get a majority in parliament and why in one way or another still the biggest intrigue in the future parliament is who the former boxer the former heavyweight champion of the world. will be joining in an alliance in the case that the ruling party does not get a complete majority in parliament then it will be who will be the decisive figure if he decides to join the alliance of the opposition parties which are already signed an agreement to join you in the coalition in the future parliament things would go would go in a very much unpredictable scenario in the ukraine the parliament voting itself according to the domestic and international observers have been more or less free of any major force if occasions they haven't been cases of any major irregularities
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recorded but certainly there have been some hilarious incidents at polling stations with one polling station in key of a man disguised as walked into cast his ballot on another polling station in the town of protests of the man decided to eat his ballots instead of costing them so far this has been known basically the only things common for elections which have been seen at the polling stations no irregularities have been recorded certainly we are waiting for the official results to come out from the central action commission of ukraine but that may take several days because there were as many as twenty. two million votes cast and certainly this may take some time to count the votes and we are expecting the final results to come out not earlier than wednesday this week i will certainly be bringing all the latest updates on all the latest results on the great parliamentary election as we get them. over a little bit of business for the hourly of theirs are. good to see you today there were reporting all about it sir frank in storm hurricane sandy headed for the big
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apple bankers will understand what running out of the way indeed they are with they're being told to rory because of the safety aspect to it all you know trading has been suspended as a result it's really a precaution for all the work of the new york stock exchange and the nasdaq. trading possibly might not resume into wednesday as well so that's how serious the situation is and this is for the first time since the september eleventh terrorist attacks workers as you can see stopped found bags in lower manhattan while banks and brokerages have advised employees to work from home just to be on the safe side now with the hurricane coming just days before the presidential election of barack obama and mitt romney have been forced to count so incredibly costly campaign events. something's taught me how now let's check out the european markets because it's all having an impact because as
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a consequence european insurer and. those stocks are trading quickly lower because of the hurricane that we're talking about right there let's check out the current system. indeed we will we've got the euro really just playing copycat just going downwards and we've got the ruble there as well still be the talk of europe while debt stricken eras i members turn to germany for how the biggest european economy is not completely sure about its own financial safety the country has decided to check up on its gold reserves held a broad. something that is and never being carried out before but we are finished explains germany owns the world's second biggest gold reserves with a total of thirty four hundred tons worth billions of euros after the second world war the country's infrastructure wasn't up to him and was such a valuable hole of gold bars and then at the time of the cold war the fear was that it would be too risky to keep it right next to the hammer of the r.
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and curtain but today both arguments are equally outdated second world war is a distant memory while more than twenty years have already passed since the fall of the berlin wall and germany's gold is still where it's been all alone in recent tweet germany's own federal all jews admit is the gold never been physically checked by the bundesbank the banks heed banks saying they can be no doubt in the security of foreign deposits sites but some experts here in germany see the country's become a victim of its good relations with the un as jerry not to rock the boat and ask questions in case it shows a lack of trust and take some of the golden shine off their friendship so no one here in germany can really be sure that the country responsible for bailing out its neighbors can bail out itself refreshing our t.v. from frankfurt in germany. we can see there's a wait and see approach here in moscow really as investors way to see what's going
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to happen with that u.s. election see what administration is going to be for now also he spoke to political analyst and socialist jack goldstein to hear his thoughts on how europe and the u.s. could return to part of financial grace stay with us for that. the news today violence is what's. again flared up. these are the images group world has been seeing from the streets of canada. trying to look for asians to rule the day. do we speak your language or not at the. school music programs and documentaries in
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